April 16, 2013 171 Comments I am not a born optimist, but then, I don’t think anyone really is.
My heart is so heavy, burdened with the loss of encouragement and refreshment and friendship the weekend promised.
My limbs should be splayed out in the middle of my empty bed, and I should be deep in sleep.
About ten minutes ago, words I read in a Skype chat almost three weeks ago jolted me awake. The selfish, immature part of me wants to lay them all out before you, as if your kindness and pity would make them go away. When I say you have to believe, I mean you have to believe that God has got this thing in His hands.
Sometimes, it takes a painful disappointment to teach us a skill or strengthen our faith or to put us in the right place at the right time.
And we know that God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to his purpose for them.
But when you pray, go away by yourself, shut the door behind you, and pray to your Father in private.
In beginning this post in the middle of the night, I came to understand that it wouldn’t have happened if my plans had worked out. Sing and make music from your heart to the Lord, always giving thanks to God the Father for everything, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Galatians 6:9 Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.
I found your post after I found out I had not got the job that I was so confident I had got. After I received the news I froze and knew I had to pray and the disappointment would have engulfed me to nothingness. Not exactly sure why I just shared this with strangers, while sitting in the dark in our bathroom.
I’m so sorry you had a change of plans on your fun weekend, but a firm believer that God chose you to speak to others in difficult times, including me.

I wanted to know what to read in the bible when feeling disappointed & I came across this. I was feeling a lot of disappointment today and I decided to look up what the bible says about dealing with disappointment.
Had a job interview today the interviewer said that he would phone to let me know Wether I have been successful at interview.
I have been extremely disappointed in other’s, with my sadness, I often react in the wrong way which leaves me feeling disappointed with myself. My heart hides snarky cynicism and crushing depression, fragile insecurity and paralyzing anxiety. There are too many disappointments in my life right now (little did I know what was on the horizon!). I hadn’t thought about the conversation another second until it woke me up in the middle of the night. Yours are as real and crushing and painful to you as mine are to me, and they linger, needling our hearts, despite our best intentions to leave them behind. You are chasing after God, trying to do the right thing, seeking a better understanding of Him. You may not feel equipped to handle this on your own, but He’ll give you what you need to get through it. I love where you say disappointment is not meant to define you and don’t give it power. I was searching for some words to give my daughter who is struggling with disappointment right now. Thus, I searched for something to read on Google and your blog entry caught my heart’s eye. He can part waters, move boulders, heal the dead (not just the sick, remember, the dead), save, destroy, bless, and curse.
He is working out a plan that is bigger than you, and you are going to be better for it in the end.
I don’t know about you, but all I want to do is wallow in self pity of my dreams deferred (or dreams lost).

I know when I went through my struggle with my mom being ill, the verse about the mustard seed, came to my mind a lot. I always try my best to help n be nice to others,but most of the time they either abuse my kindness or did not treat me well. Experiencing disappointment right now and this was JUST what I needed: to be reminded of how much my Heavenly Father loves and cares for me and that He has not left me in this and that His plans are MUCHHH better than my own! As well as the one about listening and obeying your parents as my mom and I had very different views on how much I should care for her in her illness, I saw her refusing my help as hurtful but God showed me it was her way of expressing love for me. My beautiful fiesty Granny was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and was moved to a nursing home here in January. I promise you that He has good in this for you, and it’s okay to ask Him what that good is. I sincerely prayed about my dissapointment and asked God to take away my bitterness toward my children. She is upset that her brother wrote very little in her sympathy card she received for her loss of her husband. You said, “Sometimes they happen right away, but usually they happen later when we least expect them. She is upset that people decide to come to the funeral but they rarely saw them during the time my dad was alive.
Tears streaming I came across your blog and your words as I was searching for God’s words to help the hurt. In the midst of this, I shared with her about the moment just a few weeks ago when her son came to see her in the hospital and they shared a special hug.

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